Defending Your Freedom And Your Future

Facing criminal accusations can be frightening, but one bad decision or situation does not have to change the rest of your life. When you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, you need an experienced and supportive criminal defense attorney who will partner with you throughout the entire process.

At the Law Office of Kimberly Humphrey, LLC, in Kansas City, Missouri, your welfare and your future are our only concerns. We aim to understand your needs and your feelings about your situation, as well as the legal goals that you want to pursue. Whether you feel ready to take the case to trial or just want the charges to disappear, we will support you at every step. Above all else, we care about helping you to overcome your legal issues, so that you can have a chance at a positive future.

A Dedicated Advocate For Your Rights

We will always work to achieve the best possible outcome in your case. With strong legal advocacy, it is possible that your charges may be dropped or mitigated. We have helped clients to reduce severe penalties down to a fine or probation. Our ability to analyze and evaluate the reliability of eye witness testimony, DNA evidence and other evidence can greatly benefit your defense against drug possession charges, as well as allegations of sexual assault or violent crime.

Throughout the entire process we will ensure that you understand all of your rights and advise you of all the options available to you. No matter what your situation, however, we will always be thoroughly prepared to go to trial. If a plea bargain or dismissal is possible, this enables us to negotiate strongly for the most favorable outcome.

Work With A Lawyer Who Will Fight For Your Rights — Contact Us Today

The best criminal defense cases are built on mutual trust between client and lawyer. Working together, we can overcome the charges that have been alleged against you. Call 816-452-2720 or complete our quick and easy online form to set up a consultation, and get started on your defense today.